The School Senco is Ms Sue Fairbrace who works on a Wednesday.
To see our SEND Policy and SEND Report please click below to go to the Policies and Resources page
Our provision is based on the following principles:
As part of our policy for supporting children with special educational needs we have a register of all those children who need extra support at different levels. The policy is based on these principles:
We also have a policy for supporting more able children in school. As part of this policy we have a register of children who are more able in any area of the curriculum which identifies strategies to help them develop their skills in those areas. A copy of both of these policies is kept by the Head teacher and is available in school for anyone who would like to read or discuss them. The quality of our special needs provision is a particular strength of the school.
The role of the Governing Body
The governor with responsibility for SEN is Helen Baillie.
The Governing Body
Governors are regularly involved in this area, and it features regularly in Governors' Meetings, (for example, when attainment is discussed in the 'Standards and Curriculum' Meetings). In addition, Ms Fairbrace, the school SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) is a member of the governing body and as such regularly discusses or is questioned on SEN.